The Film Studio was a buzzing studio for various films spanning from the nearly 1950’s to the latest full production in 1990.
The Labyrinth school owes it’s name to the massively long corridors linking the different buildings of the school.
The building was under demolition or redevelopment when we visited, not many features remain except one of the large corridors and the gym. Continue reading
What’s this, a UK explore?! How rare.
Back in the UK for a few days, i decided to visit one of the popular explores in my home town of Sheffield. I’ve been meaning to visit here for a while but like it always seems to happen i just never had the time. Continue reading
Water on an explore is usually bad (unless you’re draining) however when you are trying to get across a 6m wide moat it’s more of a problem.. Especially when the tree you are trying to walk across is full of moss and branches which snap as soon as you look at them never mind when you grab them for dear life. Continue reading
Somewhere in Belgium there is a place where some explorers dare not venture, The crypt is an abandoned collection of graves just below the surface. Continue reading
An abandoned swimming pool in Belgium. This swimming pool had been built for the workers of a nearby factory, and it closed shortly after the factory had closed. Continue reading
The Chambre De Commerce in Belgium is a feast for the eyes the old neo-gothic style building has stood the test of time and makes and excellent place for an early morning explore.
The Chambre was originally built around 1531 by Joseph Schadde but has been renovated from it’s original form after 2 fires in 1583 and 1858. Continue reading
There are many things in the cities around us which are abandoned and unseen by the general public, this is what makes Urban Exploration so exciting for me, to see things what are off limits and forgotten about.
This courthouse in Germany is such an example, the staircase is by far the main attraction here, the symmetry is amazing, the site is currently under development but i understand the staircase is been kept to serve as the centre piece of the new building and rightly so. Continue reading